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Google Pixel Screen Repairs

Google Pixel Screens Repairs available at our Sydney CBD and Bondi Junction service outlets. Our Expert Google technicians have encountered every issue imaginable and repairs are normally completed with 2-3 hours upon arrival.

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Google Pixel Screen Repair – ModelsScreen Repair Price Price
Google Pixel$230
Google Pixel XL$260
Google Pixel 2$320
Google Pixel 2 XL$340

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We Can Fix Almost Any Fault

If your screen is ok and you are having a different issue, don’t worry. We can fix 99.9% of technical and software related issues. There are a range of services available for all phone brands and models. If you are unable to find the service you need, contact a member of our team and we will always be happy to help.

Phone Repair FaultsApproximate Pricing – Depending on model
Data Recovery$200 – $500
Battery / Charging Fault$80 – $120
No Power$80 – $120
Software Fault$120 – $150
Water Damage$120 – $150
Network Unlocking $80 – $150

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250 Pitt St,
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2022

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Why Google Pixel Over Other Androids?

The Google Pixel remains our favourite phone, bar none. Unless you want a bigger screen, in which case we’d recommend its big brother, the Pixel XL.

The Pixel strikes a terrific balance between speed and beauty, ergonomics and straight-up usability. It’s the purest vehicle for Android Nougat 7.0, Google’s mobile operating system. It’s a relatively quick-charger. And it offers the most seamless integration with Google’s Daydream View VR headset (though the list of compatible phones continues to grow).

Of course, the Pixel isn’t perfect; the rear panel’s glass treatment may be an aesthetic misfire for some, and it’s vulnerable to cracking. It’s also not as water-resistant as others, and though its camera is superb, the iPhone 7 Plus delivers superior video quality in portrait mode (read more about how the two stack up). Still, these are mostly minor quibbles; if you’re looking for an alternative to the latest model iPhones, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL are worth a serious look.

Looking ahead, Google hasn’t officially stated anything yet about the future of the Pixel line, but there are rumours swirling about innovative AR and VR developments and, possibly, a foldable display. But with the next Pixel not expected before October 2017 (a year after the original debuted), Android fans may be tempted by the Samsung Galaxy S8, which is rumoured to be hitting in March or April.

With the Pixel, Google stepped up to bat, called its shot, and knocked it out of the park. If there was any lingering doubt about Google’s capacity to step out on its own, it’s gone. Sure, HTC may have put the phones together, but Google designed, engineered, and branded them. And the timing couldn’t be more fortunate with Samsung still emerging from the hangover of a very difficult 2016.

The Pixel is fast, with an elevated, smooth design. Heavy investments in its camera resulted in a nimble shooter too. Though its special portrait mode is poor, it otherwise takes amazing shots that rival those of the Apple iPhone 7 Plus.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge may still be the most visually striking phone on the market. But, if you’re wary of Samsung phones, the Pixel — a strong contender for the best premium Android phone — makes a terrific alternative.

Why the Pixel is one of the best Android phones right now

So what’s so great about the Pixel? Aside from the premium hardware, like the camera and processor, it packs new software features that are handy to use day-to-day. Read on to find out more.

The camera is not bad at all

As you can tell from its name, Google makes a big deal about the Pixel’s camera, and it is superb. It takes even better shots than the already stellar iPhone 7 Plus, which I consider to be the reigning champion of camera phones. If you want the full scoop on how these two compare, check out CNET’s feature, Google Pixel vs. iPhone 7 Plus: Which camera is better?

The camera is fast, images are in focus, and colors look vibrant. Close-up shots appear especially sharp and refined. Landscape scenes retain an impressive amount of detail and depth, even with objects that are far away.

Photos taken in dim lighting understandably weren’t as sharp and had more digital artefacts. But the camera did a good job at capturing available light and brightening up scenes. The flash made skin tones look natural as well, and if it hadn’t been for a few reflections in eyes, it would’ve been hard to tell in the photos that it was even used.

The front-facing camera is excellent, too. It has a wide enough lens to fit a lot of content (read: faces) in each frame, and it softened skin tones enough to look appealing without appearing too airbrushed. To see the images I captured, check out the slideshow below.

The camera can shoot 4K video, and though it doesn’t have optical image stabilisation, it uses a combination of the gyroscope and software to steady your videos all the same. This feature works well, and it’s useful when you’re moving while recording footage. But it does give your videos a sort of surreal, almost drone-like quality.

You can organise your day with Google Assistant

The Pixel is deeply integrated with Google’s search services, and it’s the first hardware device to have Google Assistant baked in. Assistant is an AI bot that uses machine learning and Google’s vast search database to answer all kinds of questions you throw its way. It can schedule reminders, look up facts and places to eat, set alarms, give directions, translate phrases and more. And the more you use it, the more it’s supposed to learn about you and become more personalized.

Unlike Google Now (the company’s previous iteration of a digital assistant), Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana, Assistant is genuinely conversational. You can use your voice to speak to it in a natural, back-and-forth way, and it has a chat-like interface. After every interaction, there are suggested follow-up queries you can tap on to keep the conversation going.

Like with most voice assistants, you forget that they’re there. But when you do remember, Assistant can be useful. It doesn’t hear every question correctly every time, but when it does, it works relatively quickly. Compared to Siri, which sort of checks out after it finishes each task, Assistant builds upon my previous queries, so it made me interact with it longer.

The Android Nougat

  • The device runs a pure version of Android 7.1 Nougat. It’s the first to have Google’s messaging service Allo and its video calling app Duo preloaded (you can uninstall them if you want).
  • Launcher shortcuts, aka Google’s take on Apple’s 3D Touch, lets you long-press on some apps to call up additional menu options.
  • You can send GIFs inside Google Keyboard, for all your GIF-fy delights.
  • To reduce eye strain from viewing a bright, bluish display at night, there’s a Night Light setting that tints the screen yellow. (Other Android phones and the iPhone already do this.)
  • On the back is a fingerprint reader for added user security and services such as Android Pay. It works quickly, and as a bonus you can use it to slide down notifications on the screen.

It looks good and feels awesome

The Pixel and Pixel XL are nearly identical, but the latter has a bigger, sharper display and a bumped-up battery. Other than that, they’re pretty much the same. Both are polished and well crafted, and their sleek, one-piece aluminium design make them more elegant than previous Nexus devices.

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NSW,
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